goldsilverworlds.com / By Taki Tsaklanos / August 18, 2014
This article appeared on USFunds.com.
Important cycles and patterns that we use are oscillators, which are diagnostic tools that help us measure a security’s upward and downward price volatility. Think of an oscillator as a thermometer; with it, we can accurately take [...]
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 16 July 2014
Gold imports into India surged in June where there was a 65% annual rise in gold bullion imports.
Bullion is India’s second-biggest import item after oil and was one of the principal factors in putting it on the brink of a full-scale balance of payments crisis [...]
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 9 July 2014
Gold bullion was 0.6% higher this morning as a drop in equities and the dollar coupled with increased tensions in the Middle East led to demand for gold as a hedging instrument and safe haven asset.
Bullion for immediate delivery advanced as much as 0.6% to [...]
goldcore.com / By Stephen Flood / 30 June 2014
Gold remained just shy of a two-month high in London and looks on track for a second quarterly advance as investors mull geo-political discord in Ukraine and Iraq and the mixed U.S. economy.
The yellow metal is set for its first consecutive quarterly gains since [...]
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 22 May 2014
India Gold Demand To Rise As Central Bank Eases Tough Import Rules India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), eased tough gold import rules late last night,by allowing seven more private agencies to ship and import gold bullion. Industry officials and gold analysts say [...]
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 19 May 2014
Gold “Important” And ECB No Plan To Sell Significant Quantity Of Gold The ECB, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) and the Riksbank of Sweden announced a new gold agreement this morning. They announced they have no plans to sell significant quantities of gold and reaffirmed the [...]
investmentresearchdynamics.com / By Dave Kranzler / April 29, 2014
“Central Banks stand ready to lease gold in increasing quantities should the price rise.” – Alan Greenspan, “The regulation of OTC derivatives,” Before the Committee on Banking and Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives, July 24, 1998
James Turk did an interview with Greg [...]
truthingold.com / truthing / April 1, 2014 at 09:24
Local and foreign individuals will be prohibited from carrying gold bullion and gold material when they enter or leave Vietnam, except for immigration purposes, starting May 15, according to a new circular recently issued by the country’s central bank.
The tightened rule is applicable to [...]
testosteronepit.com / By Michael Lombardi, MBA, Profit Confidential / MARCH 26, 2014 AT 3:36PM
Copper is considered an industrial metal, used in industries across the board. When copper prices fall, it’s usually an indicator of a slowdown in the global economy. On the contrary, gold bullion isn’t much of an industrial metal; rather, it is [...]
citywireglobal.com / By Matthew Goodburn on 26 March 2014
The only way to hold gold in a portfolio is through physical gold kept close by rather than listed gold, according to Panthera Solutions’ Markus Schuller.
Schuller, a recent guest speaker at Citywire’s Zurich and Geneva fund selector events, said investors should also steer clear [...]
gold-eagle.com / Michael Lombardi / March 23, 2014
The rise in gold bullion prices since the beginning of the year has been very hard to digest for those who said the precious metal is useless. To me, this rise in gold bullion prices isn’t surprising at all.
And the small pullback in the price [...]
therealasset.co.uk / by JAN SKOYLES / MAR 13 2014
When considering the gold price, we often discuss it in regard to times when it perhaps outperformed silver, the S&P 500, or even when it broke new highs.
Rarely do we look at gold’s monthly performances and assess what it says about the best time [...]
gold-eagle.com / John Hathaway / February 14, 2014
In January 2014, TERA Asset Management, LLC, launched Tocqueville Bullion Reserve (TBR) with approximately $50 million in assets. TBR is a private partnership designed to help manage systemic risks revealed during the Global Financial Crisis and later through Refco, MF Global, and the Cyprus banking crisis. Despite [...]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / BY JESSE / 11 FEBRUARY 2014
Janet Yellen’s testimony today was a bit painful at times, but perhaps it will improve as she becomes more familiar with dancing in the lions’ den. Her answer about raising the minimum wage shows her to be a tried and true economic General Pétain, [...]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / BY JESSE / 10 FEBRUARY 2014
All right I will confess up front, that during the day I have been watching recordings of the Winter Olympics curling matches which were held at Sochi earlier today. The women’s match between the US and the Swiss was of particular interest, especially the [...]
Gold in U.S. Dollars, 1 Year – (Bloomberg)
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 10 February 2014
China’s gold buying lept 41% to 1,176.4 tonnes in 2013. Gold bullion demand surged 57% and gold jewellery demand surged 43% according to the China Gold Association.
The demand surge has helped China become the world’s [...]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / BY JESSE / 05 FEBRUARY 2014
Here is the data for gold bullion outflows from ETFs and Exchanges in January of this year.
As you can see, it is a more general phenomenon than some have implied in their remarks about the Sprott redemptions and its discount to NAV the other day.
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / Jesse / 28 JANUARY 2014
“And we headed out of the hotel, went to the airport, got on the plane and, about halfway through the flight, I found myself alone in the President’s cabin with him. I said, ‘Mr. President, you don’t have a cold. There’s something else going on.’
goldandsilverblog.com / January 23, 2014
Analysts at the “Too Big To Fail” banks are unanimously predicting lower gold prices and telling their clients to dump gold.
On January 12, 2013 Goldman Sachs predicted that gold could fall to as low as $1,000 this year due to a less expansive monetary policy by the Federal [...]